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Blog by: IRFAN UL HAQ

No doubt Pakistan is blessed with so many things its just due to some intruders who wants to destroy Pakistani image abroad, but we have still our strong bond with many other countries and they know, Pakistan is a wonderful country where they love to visit.

well I haven’t seen 60’s era but Google and some friends help me out to find some amazing pictures which i posted here and you will also get surprise to see them.

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Beautiful and rare colour photo of a PIA Douglas C-47 Skytrain / DC-3 Dakota taken at Chitral Airport on February 18, 1962. It was a proving flight to Chitral before the start of regular flights.

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President Ayub Khan of Pakistan (pictured on the right) greeting President Sukarno of Indonesia at the foor of the aircraft as he arrives at Karachi Airport for his official visit to Pakistan

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Benazir Bhutto with friend Peter Galbraith, later a US diplomat, during the seventies

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An advert of PIA displaying its class! remember PIA was considered as best airline so far, but now its the worst one, feeling sad to see them

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South Africa’s cricketer Fanie de Villiers cycles his way through the streets of Faisalabad back in 1996 when South Africa was in Pakistan for the 96 Cricket World Cup

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1961, Royal Tour to Pakistan, Queen Elizabeth II is pictured visiting the Khyber Pass

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Pakistan: Karachi, Sindh. Jacqueline Kenndy camel ride and visit with camel driver Bashir Ahmad and family

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A tonga at Lahore infront of Inter continental hotel (Now known as PC Lahore)

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1962: Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with Miangul Abdul Haq Jahanzeb (Wali-e-Swat). Qudratullah Shahab in the background

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An old PIA hostesses recruitment advert: See if you are eligible
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Wish they had brought down the population growth rate to ideal 2 or less kids per family in 1960s, and who knows we could have been a first world country by now.
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Diana on her visit to Pakistan. In Picture with Frontier Corps
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Jacqueline Kennedy at Torkham border: A security official tries to remove a photographer while the guests laugh at the gesture
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The golden days of PIA
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The Former Pakistan President Rafiq Tarar Confers Nishan-I-Imtiaz, Pakistan’s Highest Civilian Award To The Actor For His Outstanding Performance In Performing Arts At The Presidential Palace In Islamabad On March 24, 1998
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Khan saab sharing jokes with aqib javed (1989)
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Crowd at a cricket Test match being played at Karachi’s National Stadium in 1976.

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how could we forget them
Legends of PTV QAVI KHAN AND ISMAIL TARA
It was such a wonderful days when no one fight, every one believe in love, peace, harmony and cooperate with each other, there was a time when visitors usually come to Pakistan to see beautiful locations, foreigners explore so many things here which even we could knew it, it was a well family oriented culture, still it is but due to inflation now individual of every family member are working to earn lively hood for their own to survive, but we can only pray for our country and we dont want any kind of mislead/corruption and terrorism which creates negative impact in our culture/society
we still welcome to visitors and we highly appreciates towards their positive attitude towards us. LONG LOVE PAKISTAN. ameen
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Thanks Shahzeb Khan Khichi for picture courtesy
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